Identifying who the authenticated user is in your Oracle REST APIs (ORDS) when using OAuth2 with the implicit bind, :current_user.
Point Oracle SQLcl at a CSV file, and we’ll figure out the CREATE TABLE for you AND load the data, all in one command!
Only want the DDL? No problem!
2-3 November: I and about 100 other product managers & product team staff from Oracle will be running free, LIVE, hands-on and classroom learning workshops.
How to set coloring options in Oracle SQLcl for your prompts, code, and query results.
A powerful tip for your Oracle Database command line experience.
How to pass DATEs and TIMESTAMPs in your HTTPS requests to Oracle REST Data Services and your REST APIs for the Oracle Database.
Having a nice GUI REST Client will make exploring the 500+ APIs for managing your Oracle Database with ORDS much easier.
Here are the slides and video recording of our 5 year happy birthday party for Oracle SQLcl, your modern command-line interface for the Oracle Database.
Using ORDS and our database REST APIs to monitor your APEX instance and applications.
How to load csv to a table in an Oracle Database from the command line, OR how to generate DDL for a new table from a CSV.
Oracle SQL Developer Web version 21.3 introduces support for Oracle Data Pump – see your jobs, download DMP files, and view Logs.
Versions 21.3 of SQLcl, ORDS, and SQL Developer Web are now available! Here’s a quick round-up of what you have to look forward to!
Join us Oct 26-27 for Oracle Database World!
Our team will have two talks + two labs to learn more about our database tools and CI/CD for the Oracle Database!
Installing Oracle REST Data Services is as easy as ‘yum install ords’!
Get REST APIs and SQL Developer Web for your Oracle Database in just a few moments!
Here are the top 5 reasons you should use the web interface built into Oracle REST Data Services to build your Oracle Database REST APIs!